Burnie Skatepark is located next to the waterfront in Burnie on Tasmania’s northern coast. The skatepark is among Tasmania’s best concrete creations with a large skateable surface featuring open skate bowls and heaps of street features. The street features are larger than most and probably better suited to BMX’s, however, there are heaps of them and are sure you will find something tailored to your style. The open flow skatepark has banks and transitions for days to amuse any skater, BMX’er, scooter punk or skateboarder.

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Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark in Tasmania is an old rough concrete park with a large skate bowl and a selection of other features. The park is probably best suited for BMX rand scooter riders that want to get some serious airtime. The bowl comes standard with steel concrete and a...

Cygnet Skatepark

Cygnet Skatepark

Designed and constructed by Convic Skateparks, Cygnet Skatepark just half an hour south of Hobart is one of Tasmania's best skateparks. The concrete park has a super smouth surface and heaps of features to amuse most skaters, scooters and BMX'ers. Features include an...

Ravenswood Skatepark

Ravenswood Skatepark

The new Ravesnwood Skatepark in Launceston Tasmania has heaps of mellow street features including rails, banks, ledges and heaps of transition. The open flow skatepark is one of a kind and by far the best street style park we have come across in the area.